WhatsApp users can now link their account to up to four devices

Meta’s popular instant messaging app, WhatsApp, has released a new feature that allows users to log in to the same account on up to four devices simultaneously. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, made the announcement on his Facebook page, stating that the feature is now available for all users.

The new feature, called ‘Companion Mode’, provides multi-device support, making it easier for users to access their accounts on multiple devices. Each linked device will work independently, and even if the primary device is not connected to the network, users can still access their accounts on other secondary devices. This is possible because messages will be synced across devices, including other phones, so users will not miss any messages.

It’s important to note that if the primary device remains inactive for an extended period, WhatsApp will automatically log out from all secondary devices. In addition, users will also be able to send messages via email.

With the new feature, users can link their WhatsApp account to up to four devices, including smartphones, PCs, and tablets. There are several ways to link the WhatsApp account on another device. Users can either enter the phone number on the secondary device’s WhatsApp app and then enter the OTP received on their primary device, or they can link the account by scanning a code on the primary device.

The new feature has been highly anticipated by WhatsApp users, as until now, they could only use the app on one phone and multiple companion desktop devices. WhatsApp, however, has developed new technology to sync messages across devices while maintaining end-to-end encryption protection.

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